🎧 Lunar Rover
🎧 Patented: History of Inventions • 29m
The success of the Apollo Missions relied on hugely imaginative engineering. There is perhaps no better example of this than the first off-planet electric car, The Lunar Rover.
Today on the show we ask: Why did we send a car to the moon? How did we design something for an environment we knew nothing about? How did we get it up there?
Dallas is joined by by Eddie Alterman, the longtime editor at Car and Driver and host of new Puskin's new podcast, Car Show!.
You can listen to Car Show! with Eddie Alterman, from our friends at Pushkin Industries, here: https://www.pushkin.fm/podcasts/car-show-with-eddie-alterman/introducing-car-show-with-eddie-alterman
This episode was produced by Emily Whalley.
The senior producer is Charlotte Long.
Edited and mixed by Stuart Beckwith.
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